Estate Planning

It is a common misconception that estate planning is only for the wealthy. However, it’s for anyone with substantial assets who wants to ensure the proper distribution of these possessions at the time of his or her death. Should you wish to have a well-crafted estate plan, Kaye Law Office PLLC will guide you through the process.

Protect You and Your Loved Ones in the Future

An estate plan is not merely a way to make sure your loved ones are taken care of after you’re gone, but it’s also a means to protect yourself financially in the future. A well-crafted estate plan includes wills, trusts, and powers-of-attorney (POA). The POA helps make sure that someone you trust will handle your financial affairs should you be incapable of managing them due to a serious illness or accident.

The estate plan may also include wishes about your health care. This way, your family will know what to do in case you need long-term medical attention.

Make Sure Your Estate Plan is Valid

While leaving a note that contains your wishes is quite easy, it will not keep your family away from the time-consuming and costly process of probate at the time of your passing. Fortunately, we’re here to help you. Attorney Roxane Kaye will ensure an estate plan for you that is valid under Michigan law. We will also educate you about your options so you can build a plan that suits your needs and that of your family.


Our firm is conveniently located in Genesee County, Michigan, next to the 67th District Court in Grand Blanc.  Consultations are confidential. To talk with a lawyer, call us at (810) 226-0203 or complete our online contact form.

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